Realty Review: Top 5 Georgetown Real Estate Sales in the Last 5 Months


We began our Realty Review in August 2022. Here are five of the top-selling properties since we began the column (with all new photos of the homes). The five properties are historic homes, many having undergone recent renovations. The average selling price for the five homes is $5,085,000. 


August 2022

 1215 28th St. NW

Listing Date: 6/16/22

Close Date: 8/5/22

List Price: $2,995,000

Close Price: $3,025,000

The renovated Georgian townhome sold last summer, featuring four bedrooms, en-suite baths, two powder rooms on the first two levels and two- car garage parking.


September 2022

1641 35th St. NW

Listing Date: 8/26/22

Close Date: 9/29/22

List Price: $4,850,000

Close Price: $4,850,000

A grand and gorgeous property, this home sold in late September after a complete designer renovation. It includes custom millwork, White Oak hardwood floors and a garden with a built-in barbecue grill and an outdoor TV. The property encompassed 3,600 total interior square feet with a fully detached main house and separate carriage house.


October 2022

1232 30th St. NW

Listing Date: 3/9/22

Close Date: 10/14/22

List Price: $2,650,000

Close Price: $2,650,000

The three-bedroom, 2.5 bath home includes quartz and brash kitchen finishes, lots of natural light and a private garden. It was sold this fall for over $2.5 million.


November 2022 

2804-2806 Q St. NW 

Listing Date: 1/26/22

Close Date: 11/10/22

List Price: $8,600,000

Close Price: $7,400,000

This four-story Federal-style residence, located in Georgetown’s East Village, features seven bedrooms and 9.5 baths. Its luxurious foyer leads into perfect spaces for entertaining. Book lovers fawned over the library, with built-in bookshelves and a fireplace. The living room was also a huge draw, with 21-foot ceilings and a wall of French doors and windows overlooking a rear terrace.


December 2022

2812 N St. NW

Listing Date: 9/16/22

Close Date: 12/2/22

List Price: $7,900,000

Close Price: $7,500,000

The historical Decatur House sold in early December. The circa 1779 brick residence has a storied history — the home was of Susan Decatur, who sought refuge there after her husband Stephen Decatur, Commodore of the Navy during the Revolutionary War, was killed in a duel. At he Decatur House, Susan entertained dignitaries and celebrities of the brand-new America.

 

 

 

 

 

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